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posted August 20, 2021

Registration for our virtual Xchange Summit on October 6 is open at https://xchangesummit.com/

Don’t miss out on our panel of local health experts presenting BRAND NEW mental health data from the 2021 Greater Omaha Council Bluffs Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)

  • These FREE data discussion sessions take place at 9:45am and 10:45am (please attend both)
  • Just choose the “CHNA Sessions Only” ticket option during registration. 
  • If you want to attend or have access to recordings of the rest of the presentations, we want to offer you a $20 discount off your ticket price as a valued community partner of The Wellbeing Partners. We've formatted the schedule so you don’t have to spend all day at your desk to enjoy these wonderful sessions, and attendees will receive exclusive access to the recordings for all sessions! To receive your discount and skip the code entry process described below, click the direct link below and choose the Non-Member ticket; your $20 discount will be automatically added: www.eventbrite.com/e/162724572577/?discount=2021AFFILIATE   

Sheena Helgenberger, MA 

Director of Community, Innovation, & Advocacy 

She, her, hers 

sheenah@thewellbeingpartners.org 

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The HOPE 4 IOWA Crisis Line is available 24/7.

The HOPE 4 IOWA Crisis Call Line connects individuals in crisis to a helping hand and the resources to address and improve mental wellness. Available 24/7 at (844) 673-4469.

Have a question? You can also email the Hope 4 Iowa Crisis Line at hope4iowa@boystown.org. One of our counselors will respond within 24 hours.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please dial 911.